Tattvabodha is a brilliant text to start studying Vedanta because it encapsulates in a nutshell the entire vision of Vedanta.
The first class will begin on 29th March, 2020
This retreat will also serve as the first annual gathering of students studying with me where you all can get to meet and know each other. This will hopefully help you grow in your pursuit of understanding of Vedanta.
A Ten Day Vedanta Yoga Retreat With Swami Svatmananda Tiruvannamalai, INDIA, 2019 Swami Svatmananda will be leading us in a ten day seminar on the 10 essential verses of the Gita, as written by Dayananda. Each of the ten days will begin with a practice of yoga, meditation and a […]
Enlightenment is not about experience! Neither is it an inconceivable or mind-blowing event, Nor some vague or fuzzy experience that happens to a unique someone. If a known experience is experienced, then it simply validates what you already know. If an unknown experience is experienced, then the experience is befuddling, […]
Being a human being does mean that we make mistakes. Everyone through-out time, has made many mistakes. Everyone will continue to make mistakes. We are all prone to making mistakes, and we need to make mistakes – it is part of being human. Most mistakes are of two kinds – […]
Vaastu is the counterpart of Jyotisha, vedic astrology. While Jyotisha deals with time, Vaastu is the science that manages space.
Ayurveda is a comprehensive ancient system of living healthily and harmoniously with nature. This science of life has its origins in the ancient tradition of the Veda, which can be traced back 6,000 years or more. In Sanskrit, Ayur means life; and Veda is an authoritative body of divine knowledge […]
Vedic Astrology is a modern term that refers to a highly developed and complex system of divination from ancient India. This highly developed sacred knowledge called Jyotisha in Sanskrit, has been well preserved through the oral tradition from teacher to student for over 6,000 years. Jyotisha means the light of […]